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Hawke Frontier ED X or Viking ED FF

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Old Sunday 29th July 2018, 21:28   #1
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Hello

As a long time reader/stalker of the board I have found it interesting and helpful on many occasion. With regard to the in depth reviews and differing opinions on the vast range of binoculars available. So thank you to those who have contributed, which I guess also brings me to my own contemplation..

Ive been an admirer of the Frontier ED X since I first found out about them. However having recently had the opportunity to try the Viking ED FF I was very impressed indeed, especially compared to the ED-S.

So my question to those with more knowledge and experience of both binoculars than myself is - how do the 10x42s Frontier ED X compare to the ED FF?

Any help, advice, experience, wisdom is appreciated.

Joe
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